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GROUND CONNECTIONS In all installations, a good external ground connection and a dependable return circuit to the liquid are required. In most instances, grounding to a metal pipe leading to the tank is suitable, but electrical conduit should not be used for this purpose.

5200 SERIES RELAY DATA SHEET

If a good ground connection to the liquid is not available, an additional ground electrode is required. When used, the ground electrode should extend slightly below the longest operating electrode. In addition, it is also desirable to ground the relay chassis directly to the ground terminal or through a relay mounting screw.

SERIES 5200 RELAY OPERATION Positive fail-safe control can be obtained simply by connecting the proper R1 resistor to the terminal block for direct or inverse operation as shown in the diagrams.

Series 5200 Solid-Sate relays are designed for controlling a wide variety of high and low resistance liquids, moist bulk materials, and general purpose use in applications requiring a low voltage control circuit.

DIRECT OPERATION In direct operation, the load relay is energized when liquid contacts the upper electrode, or Unifloat® reed switch, and electrode current is flowing.

Supplied as compact package units, they combine performance-proven solid-state printed circuitry with an electromechanical load relay that features isolated double pole / double throw contacts for energizing pump motors, valves and other operating equipment.

INVERSE OPERATION In inverse operation, the load relay is energized when the liquid falls below the lower electrode, or Unifloat® reed switch, and current ceases to flow.

Equipped with silicon controlled rectifiers, the 5200 Series Relay assures years of service without change in operating characteristics. The Relay will operate with less than a 10% difference between pull-in and drop-out resistance and can be mounted in any position. Units are field selectable for either DIRECT or INVERSE operation.

DIRECT OPERATION FROM B/W ELECTRODES AC Line 115V or 230V 50 or 60 Hz

230V 115V

Chassis Ground Through Mounting Screw

SERIES 5200 RELAY

Chassis Ground Through Mounting Screw Load Contacts

10 11 12

1

2

3

R1

4

5

6

1

13 14 15

7

8

9

3

Ground return to tank or electrode if required

Series 5200 Solid-State Relays are available in two sensitivity ranges, LOW and HIGH. 230V 115V

Load Contacts

10 11 12

Sensitivity Resistor

AC Line 115V or 230V 50 or 60 Hz

TO PUMP STARTER

1

2

3

CLOSES ON LOW LEVEL

R1

4

5

6

OPENS ON LOW LEVEL

13 14 15

7

8

9

COMMON

SERIES 5200 RELAY

Sensitivity Resistor

Ground return to tank or electrode if required

ELECTRODE HOLDER

PUMP STARTS PUMP STOPS TANK

LOW LEVEL ALARM BELOW THIS LEVEL

TANK

PUMP DOWN

LOW LEVEL ALARM OR CUT OFF

INVERSE OPERATION FROM B/W ELECTRODES AC Line 115V or 230V 50 or 60 Hz

230V 115V

Chassis Ground Through Mounting Screw

Sensitivity Resistor

R1 13 14 15

Ground return to tank or electrode if required

2

3

4

5

6

1

7

8

9

3

TO PUMP STARTER

SERIES 5200 RELAY

Sensitivity Resistor

R1 13 14 15

Ground return to tank or electrode if required

PUMP STOPS PUMP STARTS

PUMP UP

Chassis Ground Through Mounting Screw Load Contacts

10 11 12

1

ELECTRODE HOLDER

TANK

230V 115V

Load Contacts

10 11 12

SERIES 5200 RELAY

AC Line 115V or 230V 50 or 60 Hz

1

2

3

CLOSES ON HIGH LEVEL

4

5

6

OPENS ON HIGH LEVEL

7

8

9

COMMON

ELECTRODE HOLDER

VARIABLE RESISTANCE POTENTIOMETER OPTION AVAILABLE

This relay is designed for the control or detection of electrically conductive liquids with low to medium specific resistance. Typical liquids are potable and waste water, most acids, plating solutions, fruit juices, soup, beer, milk, and soft drinks. With a low voltage AC electrode potential, this relay operates with no shock or sparking hazard. It is ideal for food, drug, dairy, and chemical processing applications.

HIGH SENSITIVITY: This relay is recommended for the control or detection of electrically conductive liquids with medium to high specific resistance. Typical liquids are distilled and de-ionized water steam condensate, alcohol, glycols and anhydrous ammonia. It is also suitable for detecting or controlling ore, foundry sand and other bulk materials with low moisture content. With a low voltage DC electrode potential and no existing shock hazard in the electrode circuit, this relay is an excellent choice for use in applications where the relay must be located many thousands of feet away from the electrodes.

ELECTRODE HOLDER

VARIABLE RESISTANCE POTENTIOMETER OPTION AVAILABLE

LOW SENSITIVITY:

HIGH LEVEL ALARM ABOVE THIS LEVEL TANK

HIGH LEVEL ALARM OR CUT OFF

SPECIFICATIONS Dual Input Voltage: 115 or 240 VAC 50/60 Hz (+10% / -20%) Power Consumption: 9 Volt-Amperes, 6 watt Max. Contact Rating: 10 Amps at 120 or 240 VAC or 28 VDC 1/4 HP at 120 VAC and 1/3 HP at 240 VAC Output Contact Arrangement: Double pole, double throw load contacts plus single pole, double throw holding circuit contacts Ambient Temperatures: -40° F to 180° F -40° C to 82.2° C Sensing Circuit: Low Sensitivity: 8 volt ac and less than 30 ma short-circuit. High Sensitivity: 9.6 volt dc and less than 1 ma short-circuit.

DIMENSIONAL DATA .21

4.25 3.75

.21

2.00

.21

4.62

2.88 1080 North Crooks Road • Clawson, MI 48017 Phone 248-435-0700 Toll Free 800-635-0289 Fax 248-435-8120 www.ametekapt.com

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SENSITIVITY SELECTION B / W level control systems use the liquid as an electrical conductor to complete the Series 5200 relay sensing circuit, and it is necessary that the relay have an operating sensitivity greater than the resistance of the liquid to be controlled. The sensitivity of both models of the Series 5200 relay is determined by the valued of the replaceable R1 resistor used. Since the resistance of liquids vary over a large range, a wide selection of fixed and variable sensitivities are available as detailed on the chart below. When operating from contacts of pilot switches, any of the resistors can be used but it is recommended that the smallest R1 resistor value be used.

FIXED SENSITIVITY Both the low and high sensitivity relays are shipped from the factory with a complete set of fixed resistors. The proper R1 resistor must be selected during installation as shown in the wiring diagrams. Fixed sensitivity type relays are recommended when operating from pilot switch contacts or when the liquid being controlled is always the same.

VARIABLE SENSITIVITY Both the low and high sensitivity relays are available with variable resistance potentiometers. A kit can be supplied for field installation. The low sensitivity model has two variable sensitivity ranges and the high sensitivity model has three variable sensitivity ranges as shown in the table below. Variable sensitivity models are recommended for applications where the relay is to be used on a variety of liquids. They also should be used for interface detection or on applications where foam is present and it is necessary to operate on the liquid phase only.

5200 SERIES SOLID-STATE RELAY CATALOG NUMBERING SYSTEM 5200 - LF1 - N1 RELAY CODE OC N1 N4 N4X N7 N12

LOW SENSITIVITY RELAY

RELAY CODE

270 Ohms 470 Ohms 1,000 Ohms 1,800 Ohms 3,900 Ohms 10,000 Ohms 22,000 Ohms Variable Variable

Part Number

04154900 04155000 04138300 04155100 04155200 04149400 04138400 52110205 52110206

Maximum Capacitance Electrode Wire to Ground

Maximum Lead Wire Lengths in Feet

3.7 Microfarads 1.7 Microfarads .80 Microfarads .44 Microfarads .20 Microfarads .08 Microfarads .036 Microfarads .80 Microfarads .036 Microfarads

15,000 15,000 15,000 11,000 5,000 2,000 900 15,000 900

MAXIMUM OPERATING SENSITIVITY Direct Operation

Inverse Operation

LF1 Fixed

Nominal Resistance

SENSING CIRCUIT LIMITATIONS

Open Chassis NEMA 1, General Purpose NEMA 4, Weather Proof, Watertight / Dust Tight NEMA 4X, Fiberglass, Watertight, Dust Tight, Corrosion Resistant NEMA 7, Class I, Group D; Class II, Groups E, F & G NEMA 12, Oil Tight

SEE CATALOG SECTION 1500 FOR ENCLOSURE DIMENSIONS

SENSITIVITY SELECTION CHART R1 SENSITIVITY RESISTOR

ENCLOSURE TYPE

R1 SENSITIVITY RESISTANCE 270 ohms 470 ohms 1,000 ohms 1,800 ohms 3,900 ohms 10,000 ohms 22,000 ohms

200 Ohms 340 Ohms 730 Ohms 1,300 Ohms 2,800 Ohms 7,300 Ohms 16,000 Ohms 100-700 Ohms .6K-15K Ohms

330 Ohms 570 Ohms 1,200 Ohms 2,200 Ohms 4,800 Ohms 12,000 Ohms 26,000 Ohms 200-1200 Ohms 1K-24K Ohms

LV1 Variable LV1 Variable

Same as above for 270, 470, and 1,000 ohms Fixed Relays

Variable .6K-15K ohms

Same as above for 1,800 thru 22,000 ohms Fixed Relays

10,000 ohms

120 Microfarads 55 Microfarads 18 Microfarads 4.0 Microfarads 1.5 Microfarads 0.5 Microfarads 0.2 Microfarads 0.1 Microfarads 12 Microfarads 1.2 Microfarads 0.2 Microfarads

50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 35,000 12,000 4,000 2,000 50,000 28,000 4,000

9,600 Ohms 21,000 Ohms 66,000 Ohms .31 Megohms .80 Megohms 2.1 Megohms 5.4 Megohms 11.6 Megohms

9,600 Ohms 21,000 Ohms 66,000 Ohms .32 Megohms .81 Megohms 2.2 Megohms 5.6 Megohms 12.0 Megohms

2K-100K Ohms 7K-1.0 Megohms 47K-5.0 Megohms

2K-100K Ohms 7K-1.0 Megohms 47K-5.0 Megohms

HF2 Fixed

HIGH SENSITIVITY RELAY

04149400 04138400 04138500 04138600 04138800 04138900 04139000 04139100 52120205 52120206 52120207

HV4 Variable

ELECTRODE LEAD WIRES Shielded cable is not required, and ordinary insulated wire can be used for electrode leads. Lead wires should be isolated from, not run in the same conduit with, power and load carrying circuits to avoid direct coupling with these circuits. While capacitance of the lead wire to ground has some slight affect on sensitivity, this factor need only be considered when the relay is located more than 900 feet away from the electrodes. (Reference the SENSITIVITY SELECTION CHART)

68,000 ohms 330,000 ohms 820,000 ohms 2.2 Megohms

HV3 Variable

HV5 Variable

All metallic circuits, B / W Unifloat速 Strong electrolytes: Plating solutions Weak electrolytes: Ammonium hydroxide, borax, acetic acid Most food processing applications: Beer, wine, fruit juices, milk, buttermilk Highly corrosive acid or caustic solutions where electrode current must be minimized to extend electrode life: Hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid. etc. Ordinary water with medium to high mineral content, sewage, water soluble oil and starch solutions. Most water with low mineral content, soft water - (not distilled or de-ionized water). Use High Sensitivity Relay Control

Variable 100-700 ohms

22,000 ohms

10,000 Ohms 22,000 Ohms 68,000 Ohms .33 Megohms .82 Megohms 2.2 Megohms 5.6 Megohms 12.0 Megohms Variable Variable Variable

TYPICAL LIQUIDS

5.6 Megohms 12.0 Megohms Variable 2K-100K ohms Variable 7K-1.0 Megohms Variable 47K-5.0 Megohms

Ordinary water with medium to high mineral content, sewage, water soluble oil and starch solutions, long distance applications. Water with low mineral content, soft water - (not distilled or deionized water), sugar syrup solutions, long distance applications. Steam condensate, corn syrup, strong alcohol solutions up to 50% Alcohol solutions up to 70% De-ionized or distilled water, 95% glycerin, 90% Hydrogen peroxide, 95% ethyl alcohol, granular solids with high moisture content Glacial acetic acid, acetone, granular solids with high moister content M.E.K. (Methyl ethyl keytone) Anhydrous ammonia Same as above for 10,000 thru 68,000 ohms Fixed Relays Same as above for 330,000 thru 820,000 ohms Fixed Relays

Same as above for 2.2 and 5.6 Megohms Fixed Relays

Note: D1 water, glycols, alcohols and granular solids may require the 2.2, 5.6 or 12.0 Megohms R1 resistors depending upon their purity or moisture content.


SENSITIVITY SELECTION B / W level control systems use the liquid as an electrical conductor to complete the Series 5200 relay sensing circuit, and it is necessary that the relay have an operating sensitivity greater than the resistance of the liquid to be controlled. The sensitivity of both models of the Series 5200 relay is determined by the valued of the replaceable R1 resistor used. Since the resistance of liquids vary over a large range, a wide selection of fixed and variable sensitivities are available as detailed on the chart below. When operating from contacts of pilot switches, any of the resistors can be used but it is recommended that the smallest R1 resistor value be used.

FIXED SENSITIVITY Both the low and high sensitivity relays are shipped from the factory with a complete set of fixed resistors. The proper R1 resistor must be selected during installation as shown in the wiring diagrams. Fixed sensitivity type relays are recommended when operating from pilot switch contacts or when the liquid being controlled is always the same.

VARIABLE SENSITIVITY Both the low and high sensitivity relays are available with variable resistance potentiometers. A kit can be supplied for field installation. The low sensitivity model has two variable sensitivity ranges and the high sensitivity model has three variable sensitivity ranges as shown in the table below. Variable sensitivity models are recommended for applications where the relay is to be used on a variety of liquids. They also should be used for interface detection or on applications where foam is present and it is necessary to operate on the liquid phase only.

5200 SERIES SOLID-STATE RELAY CATALOG NUMBERING SYSTEM 5200 - LF1 - N1 RELAY CODE OC N1 N4 N4X N7 N12

LOW SENSITIVITY RELAY

RELAY CODE

270 Ohms 470 Ohms 1,000 Ohms 1,800 Ohms 3,900 Ohms 10,000 Ohms 22,000 Ohms Variable Variable

Part Number

04154900 04155000 04138300 04155100 04155200 04149400 04138400 52110205 52110206

Maximum Capacitance Electrode Wire to Ground

Maximum Lead Wire Lengths in Feet

3.7 Microfarads 1.7 Microfarads .80 Microfarads .44 Microfarads .20 Microfarads .08 Microfarads .036 Microfarads .80 Microfarads .036 Microfarads

15,000 15,000 15,000 11,000 5,000 2,000 900 15,000 900

MAXIMUM OPERATING SENSITIVITY Direct Operation

Inverse Operation

LF1 Fixed

Nominal Resistance

SENSING CIRCUIT LIMITATIONS

Open Chassis NEMA 1, General Purpose NEMA 4, Weather Proof, Watertight / Dust Tight NEMA 4X, Fiberglass, Watertight, Dust Tight, Corrosion Resistant NEMA 7, Class I, Group D; Class II, Groups E, F & G NEMA 12, Oil Tight

SEE CATALOG SECTION 1500 FOR ENCLOSURE DIMENSIONS

SENSITIVITY SELECTION CHART R1 SENSITIVITY RESISTOR

ENCLOSURE TYPE

R1 SENSITIVITY RESISTANCE 270 ohms 470 ohms 1,000 ohms 1,800 ohms 3,900 ohms 10,000 ohms 22,000 ohms

200 Ohms 340 Ohms 730 Ohms 1,300 Ohms 2,800 Ohms 7,300 Ohms 16,000 Ohms 100-700 Ohms .6K-15K Ohms

330 Ohms 570 Ohms 1,200 Ohms 2,200 Ohms 4,800 Ohms 12,000 Ohms 26,000 Ohms 200-1200 Ohms 1K-24K Ohms

LV1 Variable LV1 Variable

Same as above for 270, 470, and 1,000 ohms Fixed Relays

Variable .6K-15K ohms

Same as above for 1,800 thru 22,000 ohms Fixed Relays

10,000 ohms

120 Microfarads 55 Microfarads 18 Microfarads 4.0 Microfarads 1.5 Microfarads 0.5 Microfarads 0.2 Microfarads 0.1 Microfarads 12 Microfarads 1.2 Microfarads 0.2 Microfarads

50,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 35,000 12,000 4,000 2,000 50,000 28,000 4,000

9,600 Ohms 21,000 Ohms 66,000 Ohms .31 Megohms .80 Megohms 2.1 Megohms 5.4 Megohms 11.6 Megohms

9,600 Ohms 21,000 Ohms 66,000 Ohms .32 Megohms .81 Megohms 2.2 Megohms 5.6 Megohms 12.0 Megohms

2K-100K Ohms 7K-1.0 Megohms 47K-5.0 Megohms

2K-100K Ohms 7K-1.0 Megohms 47K-5.0 Megohms

HF2 Fixed

HIGH SENSITIVITY RELAY

04149400 04138400 04138500 04138600 04138800 04138900 04139000 04139100 52120205 52120206 52120207

HV4 Variable

ELECTRODE LEAD WIRES Shielded cable is not required, and ordinary insulated wire can be used for electrode leads. Lead wires should be isolated from, not run in the same conduit with, power and load carrying circuits to avoid direct coupling with these circuits. While capacitance of the lead wire to ground has some slight affect on sensitivity, this factor need only be considered when the relay is located more than 900 feet away from the electrodes. (Reference the SENSITIVITY SELECTION CHART)

68,000 ohms 330,000 ohms 820,000 ohms 2.2 Megohms

HV3 Variable

HV5 Variable

All metallic circuits, B / W Unifloat速 Strong electrolytes: Plating solutions Weak electrolytes: Ammonium hydroxide, borax, acetic acid Most food processing applications: Beer, wine, fruit juices, milk, buttermilk Highly corrosive acid or caustic solutions where electrode current must be minimized to extend electrode life: Hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid. etc. Ordinary water with medium to high mineral content, sewage, water soluble oil and starch solutions. Most water with low mineral content, soft water - (not distilled or de-ionized water). Use High Sensitivity Relay Control

Variable 100-700 ohms

22,000 ohms

10,000 Ohms 22,000 Ohms 68,000 Ohms .33 Megohms .82 Megohms 2.2 Megohms 5.6 Megohms 12.0 Megohms Variable Variable Variable

TYPICAL LIQUIDS

5.6 Megohms 12.0 Megohms Variable 2K-100K ohms Variable 7K-1.0 Megohms Variable 47K-5.0 Megohms

Ordinary water with medium to high mineral content, sewage, water soluble oil and starch solutions, long distance applications. Water with low mineral content, soft water - (not distilled or deionized water), sugar syrup solutions, long distance applications. Steam condensate, corn syrup, strong alcohol solutions up to 50% Alcohol solutions up to 70% De-ionized or distilled water, 95% glycerin, 90% Hydrogen peroxide, 95% ethyl alcohol, granular solids with high moisture content Glacial acetic acid, acetone, granular solids with high moister content M.E.K. (Methyl ethyl keytone) Anhydrous ammonia Same as above for 10,000 thru 68,000 ohms Fixed Relays Same as above for 330,000 thru 820,000 ohms Fixed Relays

Same as above for 2.2 and 5.6 Megohms Fixed Relays

Note: D1 water, glycols, alcohols and granular solids may require the 2.2, 5.6 or 12.0 Megohms R1 resistors depending upon their purity or moisture content.


GROUND CONNECTIONS In all installations, a good external ground connection and a dependable return circuit to the liquid are required. In most instances, grounding to a metal pipe leading to the tank is suitable, but electrical conduit should not be used for this purpose.

5200 SERIES RELAY DATA SHEET

If a good ground connection to the liquid is not available, an additional ground electrode is required. When used, the ground electrode should extend slightly below the longest operating electrode. In addition, it is also desirable to ground the relay chassis directly to the ground terminal or through a relay mounting screw.

SERIES 5200 RELAY OPERATION Positive fail-safe control can be obtained simply by connecting the proper R1 resistor to the terminal block for direct or inverse operation as shown in the diagrams.

Series 5200 Solid-Sate relays are designed for controlling a wide variety of high and low resistance liquids, moist bulk materials, and general purpose use in applications requiring a low voltage control circuit.

DIRECT OPERATION In direct operation, the load relay is energized when liquid contacts the upper electrode, or Unifloat® reed switch, and electrode current is flowing.

Supplied as compact package units, they combine performance-proven solid-state printed circuitry with an electromechanical load relay that features isolated double pole / double throw contacts for energizing pump motors, valves and other operating equipment.

INVERSE OPERATION In inverse operation, the load relay is energized when the liquid falls below the lower electrode, or Unifloat® reed switch, and current ceases to flow.

Equipped with silicon controlled rectifiers, the 5200 Series Relay assures years of service without change in operating characteristics. The Relay will operate with less than a 10% difference between pull-in and drop-out resistance and can be mounted in any position. Units are field selectable for either DIRECT or INVERSE operation.

DIRECT OPERATION FROM B/W ELECTRODES AC Line 115V or 230V 50 or 60 Hz

230V 115V

Chassis Ground Through Mounting Screw

SERIES 5200 RELAY

Chassis Ground Through Mounting Screw Load Contacts

10 11 12

1

2

3

R1

4

5

6

1

13 14 15

7

8

9

3

Ground return to tank or electrode if required

Series 5200 Solid-State Relays are available in two sensitivity ranges, LOW and HIGH. 230V 115V

Load Contacts

10 11 12

Sensitivity Resistor

AC Line 115V or 230V 50 or 60 Hz

TO PUMP STARTER

1

2

3

CLOSES ON LOW LEVEL

R1

4

5

6

OPENS ON LOW LEVEL

13 14 15

7

8

9

COMMON

SERIES 5200 RELAY

Sensitivity Resistor

Ground return to tank or electrode if required

ELECTRODE HOLDER

PUMP STARTS PUMP STOPS TANK

LOW LEVEL ALARM BELOW THIS LEVEL

TANK

PUMP DOWN

LOW LEVEL ALARM OR CUT OFF

INVERSE OPERATION FROM B/W ELECTRODES AC Line 115V or 230V 50 or 60 Hz

230V 115V

Chassis Ground Through Mounting Screw

Sensitivity Resistor

R1 13 14 15

Ground return to tank or electrode if required

2

3

4

5

6

1

7

8

9

3

TO PUMP STARTER

SERIES 5200 RELAY

Sensitivity Resistor

R1 13 14 15

Ground return to tank or electrode if required

PUMP STOPS PUMP STARTS

PUMP UP

Chassis Ground Through Mounting Screw Load Contacts

10 11 12

1

ELECTRODE HOLDER

TANK

230V 115V

Load Contacts

10 11 12

SERIES 5200 RELAY

AC Line 115V or 230V 50 or 60 Hz

1

2

3

CLOSES ON HIGH LEVEL

4

5

6

OPENS ON HIGH LEVEL

7

8

9

COMMON

ELECTRODE HOLDER

VARIABLE RESISTANCE POTENTIOMETER OPTION AVAILABLE

This relay is designed for the control or detection of electrically conductive liquids with low to medium specific resistance. Typical liquids are potable and waste water, most acids, plating solutions, fruit juices, soup, beer, milk, and soft drinks. With a low voltage AC electrode potential, this relay operates with no shock or sparking hazard. It is ideal for food, drug, dairy, and chemical processing applications.

HIGH SENSITIVITY: This relay is recommended for the control or detection of electrically conductive liquids with medium to high specific resistance. Typical liquids are distilled and de-ionized water steam condensate, alcohol, glycols and anhydrous ammonia. It is also suitable for detecting or controlling ore, foundry sand and other bulk materials with low moisture content. With a low voltage DC electrode potential and no existing shock hazard in the electrode circuit, this relay is an excellent choice for use in applications where the relay must be located many thousands of feet away from the electrodes.

ELECTRODE HOLDER

VARIABLE RESISTANCE POTENTIOMETER OPTION AVAILABLE

LOW SENSITIVITY:

HIGH LEVEL ALARM ABOVE THIS LEVEL TANK

HIGH LEVEL ALARM OR CUT OFF

SPECIFICATIONS Dual Input Voltage: 115 or 240 VAC 50/60 Hz (+10% / -20%) Power Consumption: 9 Volt-Amperes, 6 watt Max. Contact Rating: 10 Amps at 120 or 240 VAC or 28 VDC 1/4 HP at 120 VAC and 1/3 HP at 240 VAC Output Contact Arrangement: Double pole, double throw load contacts plus single pole, double throw holding circuit contacts Ambient Temperatures: -40° F to 180° F -40° C to 82.2° C Sensing Circuit: Low Sensitivity: 8 volt ac and less than 30 ma short-circuit. High Sensitivity: 9.6 volt dc and less than 1 ma short-circuit.

DIMENSIONAL DATA .21

4.25 3.75

.21

2.00

.21

4.62

2.88 1080 North Crooks Road • Clawson, MI 48017 Phone 248-435-0700 Toll Free 800-635-0289 Fax 248-435-8120 www.ametekapt.com

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